Forest Garden workday 12th March

Sheffield Interfaith invites everyone to join us for a Multifaith Forest Gardening day at Parkwood Springs on

Saturday 12th March from 11am – 2pm

Parkwood Forest Garden is a beautiful calm space and a productive permaculture project. It is a young forest garden developed by Sheffield City Council in association with local volunteers.

This month we will be doing some Springtime weeding. This is a great time of year to get on top of some essential maintenance tasks, now that many of the weeds have died back.

Thank you to everyone who has worked on, and visited the forest garden over the past months. We look forward to seeing old friends and meeting new ones as we continue to improve the garden.

If you would like to stop for a shared lunch at around 1pm, that would be great. Bring your own food and maybe something to share.

The workday will be hosted by Ed Thatcher who will be at the entrance of the car park from 10.45am.

Please feel free to contact Ed for more information on 07752894455 or at mob 07752 894 455

or Nirmal Fernando on or mob 07932 017 939

Site information and travel instructions on the attachment below

11:00am to 2:00pm Saturday 12 March 2016

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